EasyJet has secured purchase rights for a further 30 Airbus A320neos and is seriously evaluating A321s, which would mark its first order for the larger twinjet. On Nov. 18, easyJet exercised purchase rights for 30 A320neos under its 2013 framework agreement with Airbus and ordered an additional six A320ceos. These aircraft, which are due for delivery between 2018 and 2021, will be used to replace its smaller A319s. “We have secured an additional 30 A320neo purchase rights to replace ...

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